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FRIEDERICH WERNER The Templars in Cyprus


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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The Templars in Cyprus
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•c. IL] mi TïMiMAK* ix «Y rat». Cl MOLAT. Tbou kuow'st that haughty man, who moro esteem* Tho golden dragon tlian tho Stigmata.— I III verdict in, wo should of Kuglnnd cruvo Forgiveness that no many a time wo *tXKl Across tho path of lion-hearted Hichard, And were no backward bin football to bo.— This dune, «ho po*«ib)y might condescend To pity our distress. 1*1111.11*. And Armagnac ? MOLAT. KxpecU some speedy miracle will save Tho Church from losing her defenders. PHILIP. Aye ! Such ii their way. Ileavon must bestir itself In lieu of them; and they'll look on.—Tho Roman Gebbo, was he, too, mindful of tho soil That bred him ? MOLAT. Quito !—To Poictiers ho would go Himself, and ask the Pope for Peter's sword: •' Then " cried he, " not our direst enemy Could harm us." PHILIP. Rome, aro theso thy sons ! 0 Brutus ! 0 Cassius !—and tho others ! MOLAT, Most of them fifth carl, ami last earl bearing that name, was twice married, and could not hate been a Knight Templar. He surrendered his earldom and estates to Kdwsrd I. for a pension in 1302, with tho proviso that they » iM be returned to him should an heir yet be born to him. Iledtet] • hildkru in 1307, and his brother John inherited neither title nor estates. Thomas 1'lanUgenrt. son of Kdward I. by Margaret of France, was created Karl of Norflk in 13)2, with possession of all Iiogrr 1! god's title* and estates.— 7'raiu.

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